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New Democrat poll concerns Obama White House on Equal Pay Day

Women staffers are paid less on average than male White House workers
Women staffers are paid less on average than male White House workers
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Barack Obama’s employees may not be treated equally regarding pay according to the latest financial records showing females earn much less than the males at the White House.

This is slightly more than a little embarrassing for the President who is trying to recapture some women voters with an “Equal Pay Day” event today.

A new poll, called “Rising American Electorate,” from the Democrat’s own pollster for Democracy Corps for Women’s Voices Women Vote, show that many women, especially single females are joining up with more minorities and young voters who are so disenchanted with Obama’s policies, programs and lack of results, that they are far less expected to vote in 2014 mid-term elections than they did 2012.

"Under President Barack Obama, women are lagging behind," perhaps Mitt Romney said it best. "Barack Obama promised us change. … Women today under President Obama are earning less. Single women are earning less than married people and single men. Even women in Barack Obama’s White House are earning less than men."

Touting that census data indicate women make 77 cents for every dollar men earn, the American Association of University Women crunched the numbers and found that, politics aside, 93 cents was more accurate for the pay gap.

Many voters from all parties have wised up to the fact that even though Democrats claim to be the flag bearer for paycheck equality, just the opposite has occurred with their leadership in charge of the White House and Senate.

More troubling is that the American Enterprise Institute revealed that White House female staffers only make 88 cents per dollar the males make.

Obama’s own prominent economic adviser, Betsey Stevenson, apologized for misleading the public on the debate last week.

“If I said 77 cents was equal pay for equal work, then I completely misspoke,” Stevenson blushed. “So let me just apologize and say that I certainly wouldn’t have meant to say that….There are a lot of things that go into that 77-cents figure, there are a lot of things that contribute and no one’s trying to say that it’s all about discrimination...”

But many people are taking issue with the Obama Administration’s continues rhetoric to impress voters only resulting in falsehoods, mistruths and unpopular results: “You can keep your insurance”-Obamacare; “It was caused by a video”-Benghazi “Equal pay at the White House.” –Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act.

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